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Long Beach man arrested on drug charges

Nassau County police arrested a Long Beach man on drug charges Monday after they discovered cocaine and other narcotics in his home. The Police Department’s Major Case Bureau said that …

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DiNapoli: Long Beach’s fiscal stress is ‘moderate’

The state put the city’s level of fiscal stress back in the moderate category earlier this year, the second-highest level under Comptroller Tom DiNapoli’s Fiscal Stress Monitoring System. The …

Driver plows into East School playground

The Long Beach Police and Fire Departments responded to a collision at East Elementary School on Sunday at around 8 a.m. Fire officials said that the driver of the vehicle — an elderly man — …

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Long Beach resident survives Las Vegas mass shooting

“It felt like there were fireworks,” Long Beach resident Denise Carroll told the Herald on Monday. The death toll in Las Vegas was climbing that day, after a lone gunman opened fire with an …

Long Beach paying it forward for Puerto Rico

The Cruzada Evangelico Misionera Church, on Long Beach Boulevard, was crowded on Tuesday with boxes of supplies that volunteers loaded onto a truck, destined to become part of a relief shipment bound …

Myles still running for City Council

Runnie Myles, who dropped out of last month’s Democratic primary for City Council after the filing of a lawsuit claiming that hundreds of petition signatures he and his running mates gathered to …

$230M Army Corps project in Long Beach ahead of schedule

By Anthony Rifilato arifilato@liherald.com The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recently completed eight of 15 jetties in Long Beach, capping a busy summer season in which officials and residents …

Long Beach clothing label giving back to Texas

Long Trunks, a local clothing company that helped raise more than $30,000 for a number of organizations and local businesses after Hurricane Sandy through sales of its iconic “Bring on the …

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Second L.B. Oyster Fest kicks off Sept. 23

The second annual Long Beach Oyster Festival is set to kick off on Sept. 23. The event is expanding and will take place at the Long Beach Catholic Regional School’s parking lot from 2 to 6 …